Kevin Epstein is a Silicon Valley marketing executive with a Stanford MBA, a degree in high-energy nuclear physics, several technology patents in his name, founding experience at three successful small-business retail ventures, and more than fifteen subsequent years of experience in guerrilla marketing tactics at companies including Netscape, RealNetworks, Inktomi, VMware, and Scalent Systems.
He has spoken at seminars addressing top executives from the Fortune 500, has been a popular guest lecturer at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and School of Engineering, and has received various awards for his impact on sales and lead generation.
Kevin also serves as an outside adviser to various venture-backed and individual entrepreneurial start-up companies. Prior such associations include CDnow (now an Amazon.com brand), Devicescape (funded by Kleiner Perkins, venture backers of Netscape), Skyrider, and YouSendIt.
Kevin also moderates the VMwareAlumni.org and SVBrownAlums.org communities.
VP, Product Marketing
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